Who will get the 2014 chemistry Nobel?
Philip Ball considers Chinese works of art that comment on environmental and chemical issues
The rise of low-quality and predatory open access journals and conferences worries Derek Lowe
After five and a half years I'm moving on to new challenges
Carl Djerassi explains his move from distinguished chemist to 'intellectual smuggler'
When amides get out of shape, a whole new world of asymmetric aldol reactions opens up, says Karl Collins
Rather than axing his chief scientific adviser, the next president of the European commission should enhance the role